Minnesota native and North Dakota's junior goaltender Zane McIntyre is one of three finalists for the Hobey Baker Award given annually to college hockey's top player.

Boston University's freshman forward Jack Eichel and Harvard's junior forward Jimmy Vesey round out the top three that were unveiled on Thursday morning.

McIntyre, a Thief River Falls, Minn., product, is North Dakota's all-time leader in career goals-against average and save percentage and was named First Team All-NCHC, the conference's Goalie of the Year and was a finalist for Player of the Year. 

McIntyre led North Dakota back to the Frozen Four with a 29-9-3 record, one shutout, a goals-against average of 2.00 and save percentage of .931. He's also a finalist for the Mike Richter Award honoring the nation's top goaltender.

Gophers junior defenseman Mike Reilly was left out of the Hobey Hat Trick threesome after the team's early exit from the NCAA tournament. He was one of 10 finalists for the award.